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US News in Sudan, manifestations, road locks and censored media

20:35  16 january  2022
20:35  16 january  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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M Edecins Protestant against attacks of hospitals, farmers denouncing the increase in electricity and media demanding the right to cover the crisis at Sudan : The military power is again Sunday in the viewfinder of the protest.

in Khartoum, in white coat, dozens of doctors have given to the general public prosecutor's office two reports on attacks against injuries, doctors and hospitals in the fulfillment repression of protesting protests against the Putsch on October 25 of the head of the Army, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhane.

The World Health Organization itself confirmed "11 attacks since November".

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"Every time there are manifestations, the security forces shoot tear gas grenades inside the hospital where I work in Khartoum", tells the AFP Houda Ahmed, a practitioner. "They even come to attack us in the emergency department."

of the wounded were out of ambulance or hospital beds and doctors were brought to tobacco into operation rooms, regularly affirm doctors.

But despite the repression that has made 64 dead among the protesters-and a policeman-, the civil society calls for new events on Monday to claim the resumption of the civilians of the transition to democracy promised since 2019.

blocking in North

in the North, Sudanese also demonstrated Sunday against the high cost of living in one of the poorest countries in the world. Last week, the Ministry of Finance announced doubling the price of kilowatt of electricity but against the outcry, the military power froze its decision.

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Despite the recocence, hundreds of protesters blocked the roads of the North, especially towards the Egypt , to claim a pure and simple cancellation of this increase.

They banned the passage of any vehicle "as long as the authorities have not canceled this increase because it signs the act of death of our agriculture", hammering to AFP Hassan Idriss, a protester.

Any increase or removal of state subsidies on commodities may lead to the worst in Sudan where the 45 million inhabitants must already deal with inflation around 400% and where by the UN in 2022 30% of Sudanese will need humanitarian aid.

In 2018, the revolt that overturned the following year President Omar El-Bashir had been triggered by a government decision to triple the price of bread.

The head of diplomacy under Bashir, Ibrahim Ghandour, and "other co-detainees" started a hunger strike that they will only cease once released or presented before an "impartial court", according to his relatives .

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Recently, the prosecutor has ordered the release of several officials of the Bashir regime, but General Burhan, alone to the orders of Sudan, ordered their maintenance in detention.

"intimidation" of the press

"This is the first interference in the judicial affairs of the history of our country," said Mr. Ghandour's family while General Burhane is accused by the protesters to look for to reimpose the men of the fallen regime, of which he himself is derived.

Before the anti-putsch protests planned on Monday, the Ministry of Information withdrew the accreditation of Al-Jazeera Live, a Qatarie chain, accusing the "unprofessional coverage" to "tear the Sudanese fabric".

In November, the head of the Al-Jazeera office in Khartoum, Sudanese Al-Moussalami Al-Kabbachi, had been detained three days without any charge.

The US Embassy in Khartoum denounced "a step back", while Al-Jazeera denounced twitter an "intimidation", calling "the authorities to authorize his team to return to work".

In December, the office of a chain financed by Ryad, Al-Arabiya, was attacked by officers, his journalists beaten and his equipment seized.

and other journalists reported having been arrested or attacked by covering the events.

Before Putsch, Sudan was 159th out of 180 countries in the world ranking of the freedom of Reporters without borders. The UN considers it today "more and more hostile to journalists".

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